St. Patrick’s Day

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Tradisjonen tro (to år på rad = tradisjon!) sto vi opp før sola på St. Patrick’s day. Iren har vokst opp med å se soloppgangen fra den nærmeste fjelltoppen hvert år, men siden vi ikke er i Irland, og Cornwall ikke har fjell, fant vi en god erstatning og syklet til en klippe ved havet. Kvikklunsjen var med til frokost takket være påskepakke fra mamma. Det var ikke mye sol å se, men det ble lyst likevel.

As is tradition now, we got up before the sun on St. Patrick’s day. The Irishman has grown up watching the sunrise from the closest mountain every year, but since we’re not in Ireland and Cornwall doesn’t have mountains, we found a nice replacement and cycled to a cliff by the sea. The special outdoorsy chocolate provided by my mum made a great breakfast. We didn’t see the sun at all, but it got light anyway.

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TL;DR: Det er ikke så vanskelig å stå opp 04:30 hvis man skal noe gøy.

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6 replies on “ St. Patrick’s Day ”
  1. For nokre sprekingar de er, tidleg oppe ei natt og overnattar ute neste natt! Friluftsgenane dine forstår eg ikkje kor kjem frå :-) Kjekt å sjå norsk Kvikk Lunsj i Cornwallsk natur. Stor helgeklem frå mamma :-)

  2. I used to gripe about the apparently over-enforced safety rules at the TWRA range nearest my home in middle TN. That was before the day we all had to stop and leave because some moron had managed to pop himself in the abdomen with his POS .25 while trying to clear a jam. End results: He lived, I had to stop my shooting trip after putting precisely six rounds through my GP100, and the current rules enforcement make the previous levels look quite mild.

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